Marlo Raveendran, faculty

Sharing a Love of Learning With Real-world Lessons

When Assistant Professor of Management Marlo Raveendran is not researching organization design and the division of labor, or engaging her students in discussing real-life examples of these topics, you might find her in another realm: playing World of Warcraft. The “massive multiplayer online” game is primarily a fun activity she shares with her husband—but one...
By Darin Estep |
Dr. Ye Li with graduate students, UCR School of Business

Decisions, Decisions: Professor Helps Students Understand Why We Do What We Do

Professor Ye Li knows why you are checking Twitter instead of working on that project that’s due next week. You might chalk it up to simple procrastination. But Li sees such things through the lens of his research of “intertemporal choices” – and the tradeoffs between immediate and later consequences. As an assistant professor of...
By Darin Estep |
Raj Singh

Bringing the Commission into the Classroom

With a long career in engineering and management, Raj Singh, professor of practice in management at UC Riverside’s School of Business, is utilizing his considerable knowledge in service to his community as a member of Riverside city’s Planning Commission. “I find it very interesting and impactful to provide input on the kind of buildings and...
By Laurie McLaughlin |
UN Commision on the Status of Women

Kathleen Montgomery Selected to United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

Kathleen Montgomery Joins United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Kathleen Montgomery, Emerita Professor of Organizations and Management in the School of Business, has been selected as one of 20 members of a delegation of the League of Women Voters to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. She will join the...
Ashish Sood

Dr. Ashish Sood was Awarded $110,000 from the University of California Innovative Learning Technology Initiative

Dr. Ashish Sood , assistant professor of marketing, was awarded $110,000 from the University of California Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI), to enhance the learning and engagement experience of students at UCR School of Business. Dr. Sood received the funds to carry out his innovative proposal for the development and enhancement of the Pricing Strategy...
 Associate Professor of Management and Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Business Program

UC WOMEN’S INITIATIVE FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

UC Women's Initiative for Professional Development Elaine Wong, Associate Professor of Management and Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Business Program, co-facilitated this year’s University of California Women’s Initiative for Professional Development (UCWI), an award-winning program recently recognized as the “Best Advance in Women’s Leadership Development” by the Brandon Hall Group. Supported by the Office of...
UCR School of Business Anderson Hall

Seven New Faculty Welcomed in 2018

Seven New Faculty Welcomed in 2018 The UCR School of Business welcomed seven new faculty members in 2018 from some of the most prestigious universities in the United States. Ming Leung, Associate Professor in Management Ph.D. Business Administration, Stanford University, Graduate School of Business. MBA Strategy & Marketing, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business...
Golden Apple Teaching Award

Golden Apple Teaching Award 2018

Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence The Golden Apple Awards is an annual student-voted teaching award given to outstanding faculty. In recognition of their commitment to outstanding research, expertise in their field and devotion to teaching excellence, Dr. Kyle Ingram, Dr. Sean Jasso, Dr. Scott Burd, and Dr. Long Gao are the winners of 2018...
Professor Sean Jasso speaking

Professor and the Global Economy

Professor and the Global Economy Dr. Sean Jasso is preparing students for a competitive environment beyond the classroom through experience on a global level.​ “We get to see the students for who they are outside of their school work, and we can really prepare them for competing in a very fierce environment outside of the...